On December 9th every year, the world marks the international anti-corruption day to help raise awareness on corruption and highlight rights and responsibilities for everyone [...]Read more Positive Behavior Change, the best antidote to Corruption in Kenya
Globally, the International Anti-Corruption Day has been observed on 9th December annually, since the passage of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption in [...]Read more TI-Kenya Joins the World in Commemorating International Anti-Corruption Day 2021
Press Statement by the Police Reforms Working Group – Kenya on the Basic Minimum to Guarantee Safe and Secure Electoral Environment in 2022.
We, the Police Reforms Working Group – Kenya, comprising of human rights organizations, legal entities, social justice centers, women organizations, security sector [...]Read more Press Statement by the Police Reforms Working Group – Kenya on the Basic Minimum to Guarantee Safe and Secure Electoral Environment in 2022.
Transparency International Kenya (TI-Kenya), in partnership with Safemark Group, convened a five-day workshop to train the Kenya Judiciary on good Governance and [...]Read more TI-Kenya trains the Judiciary on Corruption Mitigation Measures.
Residents of Kongelai location in West Pokot had for many years silently suffered as a result of ineffective and unclear food aid distribution systems. Kongelai being a [...]Read more Reforming Relief Distribution in Kongelai, West Pokot
The County Government of Wajir had been undertaking a water tracking project in Shaantaabak location for three years but this stopped abruptly in November 2014 due to lack of [...]Read more Public Forum in Shaantaabak, Wajir County Bears Fruit
The National Government has been implementing the Cash Transfer Fund for the elderly in a number of Counties, West Pokot County included. The elderly people are recruited into [...]Read more ‘Uwajibikaji Pamoja’ Facilitates Cash Transfers for the Elderly in Mnagei